This open faced sandwich made a very yummy light lunch. The combination of flavors were perfect. I used a hearty, multi seeded European artisan bread which stood up well to my very juicy home grown tomatoes. Thank you for sharing this delicious recipe. **Made for 2015 Culinary Quest (Quebec Canada) for Munching Minions
Good quality ingredients made this humble sandwich out of this world good! I made using whole grain multi seed bread, home grown tomatoes and a good smoked gruyere. Thanks for the post.
Made for Culinary Quest 2015 and yesterdays lunch. What a lovely and yummy sandwich. I made one just one for myself as DH passed on trying it. I always need a small pinch of salt on my tomatoes. Great way to use some of my remaining Gruyere cheese too. Thanks Nancy, :D
What an awesome little recipe! All of the tastes are just perfect. Made it exactly as written and would not change a thing. Thanks for posting this... it's going to part of many meals in future whether breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Lesley (aka K9 Owned)
What an excellent recipe Nancy and so easy to make too! Made for a weekend brunch and for CQ (Quebec) we both loved it! Karen/FT
Very easy and enjoyed this light supper, quickly made after a day at work! I added some fried onion, and a good grind of black pepper, and chopped some spring onions on mine. Lovely, thanks Nancy!!!!
I made two for myself for a deliciously filling lunch. I toasted my wholemeal/wholegrain slices in the toaster and cooked the bacon in the oven and used slices of sharp cheddar for the gruyere and also put a little salt on the tomatoes when assembling for the grill/broiler and some cracked black pepper to finish and then thoroughly enjoyed, thank you Nancy's Pantry, made for Everyday A Holiday.
A great, easy recipe for a delicious lunch, with a salad. A perfect meal! Thanks for posting.